WSF or Universal Clays works well and gives a nice recoil cadence which feels softer than many other powders so it seems to help my splits. I use it in the 9mm and 45 ACP for USPSA. It's very accurate too.
It approximates the performance of Clays. It's a fast burning powder with a snappy recoil. Works well in the 45 ACP.Anyone try WST for pistol? My local GreenTop had a jug of the stuff the other day but I didn't want to buy that much and find out I don't like it.
Thanks for the info!It approximates the performance of Clays. It's a fast burning powder with a snappy recoil. Works well in the 45 ACP.
I use 3 different loads in my SR40c...What kind of powder/loads are you guys using for 40 S&W?
No. Not going the W296/H110 route. I've heard stories about it going "peaky", and I don't want to find out first-hand if it's true. 2400 is plenty for me!If you really want to test the joints of your wrist and elbows with your 44 magnum,try some WW296 behind a 180g Hornady XTP . I did when I first started reloading but needless to say,I didn't make many and quickly switched to a different powder and/or bigger bullet .